Japan National Tourism Organization


Japan National Tourism Organization is a website of tourism and trip in Japan country, and in this opportunity, i will explain to you about this website this website included almost all about Japan, like gardening, castles, architecture,shinto shrines,tea ceremony Buddhist temple, bonsai, pottery,calligraphy, and soon, in this website, the owner explains very clearly abot japan, so it’s easy for you if you want to know more abot japan, or you want to continue your study or live in Japan,

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http://www.jnto.go.jp 

Culture Japan, Your Portal To Japan


in This opportunity, i will share a website, named “culture Japan”, from that name, you obviously now about that, Yeah: Japan a Sunrise country that have amazing culture and always have regeneration from era to era, and, in this website there are many unique things that’s will make your eyes won’t glimmered, like anime festival asia, mount Fuji,shibuya 109,lawson X-mirai suenaga, and many are

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interested? come on! let’s have a look and read this website

http://www.dannychoo.com/ 

Tibet Oral History


okay,,, at this time i will tell you about a website of Tibet, did you know that Tibet is a traditional people lived at Nepal, they are Buddhist live with their simple way, and still admired to their ancestor, that’s why they created this website in order to make The Tibet Oral history still exist and are be able to know by the next generations, 

here you also can find out about their culture, life, their traditions

so,, let’s have a look in this website:

http://www.tibetoralhistory.org

Tana Toraja, An Island With The Unique Culture and Traditions


Hollaaa..
Did you see Tana Toraja ?? Never or bla bla bla ? I never go to Tana Toraja too 😀
But today I will share you about Tana Toraja Culture and their tradition. Tana Toraja culture is a world cultural heritage thousands of years ago (Tongkonan, grave stones Lemo, Londa caves Tomb, Tombs of ancient Kete Kesu, baby graves Kambira, Ceremony Signs Solo) are still there and still preserved and make Tana Toraja as a tourist attraction in the archipelago eastern part of Indonesia, especially in southern Sulawesi, even make Tana Toraja as a World Cultural Tourism. Tana Toraja is located in South Sulawesi Province. Located approximately 328 km from the capital of South Sulawesi, Makassar. With a height of 300 up to 2880 meters above sea level Toraja combines freshness and coolness.

Tana Toraja Culture

In this website, you can learn everything about Tana Toraja’s Culture and Traditions like Tana Toraja Traditional House, Funeral Ceremony in Tana Toraja, and The Cave tombs of  Tana Toraja. Beside that, you can learn other culture and traditions in the world.

If you want to learn more about Tana Toraja’s Culture and Traditions, click this link http://worldin1001view.com/tana-toraja-an-island-with-the-unique-culture-and-traditions/

Traditional Clothing of Indonesia


This website is about Traditional Clothing of Indonesia. In this website, you can learn traditional cloth for men, traditional cloth for women, the names of traditional cloth and traditional dress. Beside that, you can learn everything about Indonesia at the right menus like Garuda Indonesia, Bhineka Tunggal Ika, Geography of Indonesia, Language in Indonesia, River in Indonesia,etc. This website is very useful for us to know much deeper about Indonesia, especially for tourist who want visit to Indonesia.

If you want learn more, please visit this link http://encyclopediaindonesia.com/traditional-clothing-of-indonesia-part1

Javanese Ceremonies


Dirk and Irien - Javanese wedding

In this website,you can learn about Javanese ceremonies an orientation to the culture and tradition of Java. In first page or home of this website,you can learn about Java. That’s just introduction of Java Island. You can click the menus in this website to know everything about Javanese ceremonies like Javanese wedding, Javanese Huwelijksfeest, perkawinan daerah Jawa, Mitoni ceremony, Tedak sinten,etc. I recommended you to read this website.

If you want to learn more about Javanese Ceremonies, please click this link http://users.skynet.be/dvran/index.html

East Kalimantan


East Kalimantan  is a province of indonesia. Its territory comprises the eastern portion of Borneo. It has a population of about 3 million, and its capital is Samarinda.

East Kalimantan has a total area of 245,238 square kilometres (94,687 sq mi) and is the second least densenly populated province in Kalimantan The majority of the region shares a border to the east with Wset sulawesi and North Sulawesi; its former northernmost region is now North Kalimantan; its south East Kalimantan borders the South Kalimantan. East Kalimantan’s coastline faces the Makassar strait  and the celebes sea. there are some ethnic that are living in east kalimantan, such as Bugis, Dayak, javanese, and dayak itself consist of

  • Abai
  • Ampanan
  • Bentian
  • Benuaq
  • (Brusu, Burusu, Belusu)
  • Bulungan
  • (Segai)
  • Kayan Busang
  • Kayan Mahakam
  • Kayan Sungai Kayan
  • Kayan Wahau
  • Kenyah Pusat
  • Kenyah Wahau
  • Kerayan
  • Kutai Hulu
  • Lebu’ Kulit
  • Lengilu
  • Lundayeh
  • Modang
  • Murut-Selungai Murut
  • Okolod
  • Punan Aput
  • Punan Basap
  • Punan Bukat (Dayak Bukat)
  • (Ot Siau)
  • Punan Merap
  • Punan Pnihing (Dayak Aoheng, Dayak Pnihing)
  • Punan Sajau
  • Punan Tubu
  • Putoh
  • Sajau Basap
  • Segah
  • Seputan
  • Tagel
  •  (Tengalan, Tingalan)
  • Tidung
  • Tunjung
  • Uma’ Lung
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so if you want to learn more about east Kalimantan,, don’t forget to visit this website

http://www.indonesia.travel/en/discover-indonesia/region-detail/40/

http://www.nature.org/ourinitiatives/regions/asiaandthepacific/indonesia/placesweprotect/east-kalimantan.xml

http://www.goarchi.com/archo/provinces/e-kalim/e-kalimtour.html

South Kalimantan


South Kalimantan is a new province in Kalimantan, this province built in 14th june 1950, south Kalimantan consist of banjar people, banjar is a mixed people between dayak and malay ethnic, with small amount of Javanese, so they called as Banjar, banjar itself has alot of culture that still believe with local custom mixed with muslim culture, if you want to know more you should visit this website below.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/South_Kalimantan

http://www.indonesia.travel/en/discover-indonesia/region-detail/41/south-kalimantan

http://www.kalselprov.go.id/

Culture of New Guinea


Houses in Eware Village in Morobe.

This website is about Culture of Guinea(Papua). In this website,you can learn everything about New Guinea like culture name of Papua New Guinean, alternative names, orientation, history and ethnic relations; urbanism, architecture, and the use of space; food and economy; social stratification; political life; social welfare and change programs; nongovernmental organizations and other associations; gender roles and statuses; marriage, family, and kinship; socialization; etiquette; religion; medicine and health care; secular celebrations; the arts and humanities; and the state of the physical and social sciences. That is just outline explanation of Culture of New Guinea.

If you want to read more, please visit this link http://www.everyculture.com/No-Sa/Papua-New-Guinea.html#b

Central Kalimantan


Central Kalimantan is a province in Kalimantan, which still has many various traditional custom, Central Kalimantan itself consist of 14 Regencies, There are some etthnic that exist in central kalimantan, such as Dayak, Javanese, Padang and soon, Dayak consist of sub-ethnic for example, Ngaju, Katingan ,Manyaan, Dohoi, and others. until right now, istill confused to find the fix website for you to learn central kalimantan, so this is the only website that i can find for this time.:

http://www.kalteng.go.id/ogi/

http://www.gcftaskforce-database.org/StateOverview/CentralKalimantan

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